Pizza boxes are stacked to the ceiling at this classic Northeast spot where the crowd comes for Vince's peculiar take on the pie: the dough is rolling-pinned round and flat, topped with slices of provolone, a ladle of sweet thin red sauce and a drizzle of oil. Lines — for a parking spot at the Grant Avenue strip mall or a table in the cafeteria-like dining room — can be long, but for most loyal customers that's part of Vince's charm.
So it was a saturday nite came when they just opened at 4 pm.
There were people waiting to get in. I thought this was a good
Sign. Placed my o r der for take out large sausage and large plain..realized then a bunch of teens were going to make my pizza. Ok maybe theyre exported From italy. Had to walk a block
to the giant atm. They only accept cash. Came back got pizzas went home opened box.....augh!! Pizza was not even round. Skimpy sausage and cheese paper thin droopy crust and tasteless. Out 30 bu c ks. Ate cereal. Im from south philly maybe my expectations r too high. Posted by Stephanie: Feb. February 17th, 2013 at 12:20 PM